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Tokai Starts Plant to Manufacture Anti-vibration Rubber for Automotives

Published on 2011-08-15. Author : SpecialChem

Tokai Rubber Industry has decided upon the establishment of a new company for manufacturing and selling of automotive anti-vibration rubber, PT. Tokai Rubber Indonesia.

Currently, TRI's Indonesian joint venture company PT. Fukoku Tokai Rubber Indonesia (hereafter referred to as FTR) has mainly provided automotive anti-vibration rubber for the Indonesian market. This time, TRI has decided on the establishment of a new company, TRID to expand the local production system for automotive anti-vibration rubber in the country and meet customer demand more positively and quickly.

This new company will be the third TRI group company in Indonesia following the motorcycle fuel plastic hose sales and manufacturing company, PT. Tokai Rubber Auto Hose Indonesia (hereafter referred to as TRHI), and is scheduled to start its operation from November, 2011. With this new company, TRI tries to strengthen its automobile supplies business in Indonesia where further development of the automobile market could be expected.

About Tokai Rubber Industry

Tokai mainly manufacture automobile components including anti-vibration rubber and hoses, IT-related components including precision cleaning blades and precision rolls, and a range of industrial materials. Their customers are Automobile and related manufacturers, and companies from a range of industries, including steel, machinery, and IT equipment.

Source: Tokai Rubber Industry

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